Pokemon X and Y can be yours for just £20 if you live in the UK and happen to purchase a Nintendo 3DS XL.
The Nintendo UK webstore is offering a special promotion of their Pokemon X and Y 3DS XL Bundle that allows gamers to net the game for just £20. The bundle is themed after the game but did not with a copy of it.
According to Joystiq the whole bundle will be worth £200 not including game and comes with free next day delivery.
See the offer here.
"Subject to availability. Applies only to purchases made from the Nintendo UK Online Store. Prices will vary between other retailers. Normal price of Pokemon X/Pokemon Y 3DS game from the Nintendo UK Online Store is £39.99," writes Nintendo.
See trailer here.
The 3DS XL will come in a blue X version and a red Y version with pictures of new legendary Pokemon, Yveltal and Xerneas as the design.
The handheld comes with the standard AC adapter, stylus, SD Card, AR Cards reports CinemaBlend.
The unit will be released tomorrow October 12.
Nintendo is likely not waiting to bundle the handheld with the game in hopes of building anticipation and selling units to diehard fans. Also, the game is already launching with the new 2DS, a cross between the DS and 3DS.
The 2DS will be $130.
The game comes out tomorrow as well, in a worldwide launch for the first time.
"Until now, the pattern has been to release games overseas a few months after the games have come out in Japan," said Pokemon's Tsunekazu Ishihara in an interview with Weekly Famitsu.
The game is always released first in Japan, and then comes over to the states and the rest of the world later. Now, with the world wide release, Nintendo feels everyone will appreciate the level playing field, and no one will be left behind.